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147 articles overall. 99 new, 48 updated.
New articles added
- VBA Enumeration Database - Mark Regal
It is the intention of this article to add a measure of detail to all user defined enumerations through the creation of an enumeration database.
- Android vs. CraigDJ - CraigDJ
- Simple Survey Application - ASP.NET Community
Introduction: The companies which are offering variety of services to the customers, they need to get the response from the customers in
New Tips and Tricks added
- Interactive Menu - Vadym Poberezhny
Concept of interactive menu based on user activity.
Tips and Tricks updated
- Quick Tip: Java Stored Procedures in Oracle – Reading Content - Sam Varadarajan
This post is about how to get the contents of a resource file that is loaded into Oracle as part of Java Stored Procedures package. I’ve recently posted about Java Stored Procedures in general here. While working on enhancing some Java procedures, I added a simple Java logger class, fashioned
New Technical Blogs added
- Gotcha: EA Server config. XML file comments - Sam Varadarajan
Sybase EA Server (Ver 5.5) provides 2 interfaces for the admin to work with the Server and the Repository. Sybase Jaguar Manager is the GUI interface, that one can use to manage the Server and the repositories. Jagtool is the command line equivalent of the above manager. There are a lot of things yo
- Quick Tip – EA Server: Reset Jagadmin Password - Sam Varadarajan
This is a really quick tip on how to reset password for the administrator id “jagadmin” used in EA Server.
- Secret Covert Hush-Hush White Space in the DOM…EXPOSED! - Steve Wellens
- An introduction to Agile Methodology - Manas Bhardwaj
Agile is one form of software development methodology. Its main focus is on client satisfaction through continuous delivery. The focus of Agile is more on limiting the project scope. AnThe post An introduction to Agile Methodology appeared first on Manas Bhardwaj's Stream.
- My Journey with Ubuntu Contd – Switching Desktop - Sam Varadarajan
Last time, I posted about upgrading to Ubuntu 12.04, Precise Pangolin. It has a user interface (desktop) called Unity. It looked different from Gnome desktop I got used to in ver 10.x. It was an adjustment, but it was easy to get used to. One problem I had though was that it kept freezing up […
- Touch-ups before publishing your Unity game to Windows store - Vidyasagar MSC
Two days ago, i have published my first game to windows store and below are the steps which i followed before publishing the game….. I will continue where digitalerr0r has left.(This article is just an extension or add on to what digitalerr0r has described) After you have added the code snipp
- My First Game : Start to Store - Vidyasagar MSC
It all started two months ago….. My ease for learning something new pushed me to start looking into Unity3D,One stop game engine with a motto of Develop once Deploy to any This part of my gaming life is called “WITH UNITY” Using Unity pro,i started learning the very basics.Each day
- Big Data - shailesh91082
When here the term Big Data first thing that comes to mind that a Data which is Big. But what is the definition of Big, do we consider a data which is in TeraBytes as Big Data or do we consider more than this as Big.Getting to this detail is really important.Lets say i want to transfer a data of 100
- Gotcha – JMeter: Response Data Display - Sam Varadarajan
This Gotcha is about the Load Testing tool called JMeter. JMeter is a real nice open source tool from Apache to load test Web Apps. You can set it up as a proxy and capture web pages and then customize the scripts in the GUI to build powerful Load testing scripts. I will be posting […]
- Is Duck Typing a Type System, or a Way of Thinking? - John Atten
Ok, so there is what might be my first-ever "link bait" title. Especially dangerous because I am about to jump into a discussion propagated by some well-known, highly-respected developers against whom my own self-taught, inexperienced knowledge pales. I lack the formal schooling or training to jo
- Quick Tip – Oracle SQL*Plus: HTML output - Sam Varadarajan
Recently, I posted about SQL*Plus, a database querying tool from Oracle. Like I mentioned there, the tool is rudimentary and has some basic file handling capabilities. It has a command, SPOOL, to write the console output to a file. Traditionally, you only spooled the output to a text file. Some rele
- Gotcha: Java Concatenation - Sam Varadarajan
The Problem Recently one of my co-workers had an issue with a website written in JSP. Every time he went to a page, a Servlet Filter was failing with an error that the Java class “StringBuilder” was not found. I’ve added this Servlet Filter in the application recently and this work
- Java: What’s up with “Impl” in Class Names? - Sam Varadarajan
Java: What's up with "Impl" in class names?
- Unity : What and How - Vidyasagar MSC
Unity is a game development ecosystem: a powerful rendering engine fully integrated with a complete set of intuitive tools and rapid workflows to create interactive 3D and 2D content; easy multiplatform publishing; thousands of quality, ready-made assets in the Asset Store and a knowledge-sharing co
- Why Guidelines are important in Programming - shailesh91082
Completing every task is important but how you complete it, is equally important !!!Guidelines are one of the building blocks for any foundation. We do follow Guidelines almost everywhere in our life like Walking on the Street, Driving a Car, or having a Food. There is a certain amount of common gui
- Unity and C# :Memory Management and Garbage Collection - Vidyasagar MSC
Memory management is the art and the process of coordinating and controlling the use of memory in a computer system. Memory management can be divided into three areas: Memory management hardware (MMUs, RAM, etc.); Operating system memory management (virtual memory, protection); Application memory ma
- Implementing Local MemoryCache Invalidation with Redis - Betclic Tech
We need to use all the tools at our disposal to develop faster and more robust applications. One of the ways we can achieve this is by using caching. Previously, under the System.Web.Caching.Cache namespace, the new -4.0- System.Runtime.Caching.Memory is more…Read more ›
- How to be notified when your application is activated and deactivated - Richard James Moss
I recently had a requirement where a user was able to perform an action externally to my application, and my application then had to detect this for processing.I could of course just had a poller running away in the background to check, but as the requirement also needed user input, why not just wai
- To OO or not to OO - Sam Varadarajan
I originally wanted to name this post “Object Oriented Concepts – Contd….”, but then the Hamletian dilemma came to mind. Every programmer faces this, even today, many years after OO has been widely accepted. Part of the problem is that the OO paradigm requires a change in how
- Now You Know: Serifs and Fonts - Sam Varadarajan
Now you know: Serifs and fonts
- Ubuntu: File Managers - Sam Varadarajan
I am continuing to use Ubuntu as my primary desktop and I am loving it(I still use Windows desktop. It has it’s advantages). As I get used to the environment, I am always looking to mimic familiar options from Windows. This time around I was looking to find out about adding applications to Con
In Dynamics CRM, users can add notes to make comments about certain changes that were made to a record. In some instances, there may be a requirement to automate the creation of notes based on certain field information changes. The challenge with notes is that it is not a field on the entity. It i
- Unity : Animate your character using Mecanim - Vidyasagar MSC
In the Legacy animation system(Before unity 4.0),we used to manually write code to control the animation.We were either using a animation.CrossFade(); or animation.Play().After the advent of unity 4.0 ,things changed adversely.Unity introduced something called MECANIM. Mecanim, Unity’s uniquely powe
- Top 5 articles of Year 2013 on WCF Tutorials - Imran Abdul Ghani
With the start of a brand new year 2014, I would like to wish a very happy new year to everyone and wishes that the following year gets filled with more successful personal and work achievements.I would like to share some experiences of this WCF tutorial blog in previous year with all my readers. He
- Using IntelliJ, Adobe ActionScript and AIR SDK to create & package iOS 7 apps. - PeteBarber
Just a quick post. Lately I've been learning ActionScript. Having seen how easy it is to get an ActionScript project for Flash Player running on Android using Adobe AIR I wanted to do the same for my iPhone. Getting stuff running on the AIR emulator and on the iOS simulator (under OS X) and AIR was
- MVVM for Windows Phone Developers–Use it Guys! (Part 4) - IInjac
CodeProject In the last part (now really the last part) of this series we added all the required classes and interfaces we need to wire anything together: A bootstrapper to initialize our system All required interfaces for data-access and services we want to implement A base class for our view-model
- Learning Opportunities online - Sam Varadarajan
In Computer Science, we constantly face the challenge of “keeping up” with technology. If you catch up with one, chances your skills are outdated within a few months or years. Part of the problem has been lack of affordable learning opportunities, just to keep up with trends in the field
Technical Blogs updated
- ASP.NET MVC: Show Busy Indicator on Form Submit using JQuery and Ajax - John Atten
As we all know, users are impatient. We also know that if we don't tell them our application is "doing something" they tend to do silly things like click the mouse repeatedly, seeking some sign that the requested action is indeed being performed. For this reason, it is a good idea to throw up some
- Why SQL Updates Fail – Five Reasons - Steve Wellens
"The SQL command ran, there's no error message but nothing changed! What's going on? Do you think it's a virus? Maybe there's a bug in .NET!"
- Continuous Integration & Delivery For GitHub With TeamCity - Mehdi Khalili
This is an end to end tutorial for setting up Continuous Integration (AKA CI) and Continuous Delivery (AKA CD) for a GitHub project using TeamCity.This is the technology stack I am using in the project, Humanizer, for which I am setting up the TeamCity project:.Net: the programming language used for
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